IMS 422/522 Advanced Web Design (3)

This course is an opportunity to investigate interactive design as it relates to a variety of media types used by businesses. Using industry standard measures of effective design methods, students will learn to design and evaluate interactive products for business needs. This includes the design and evaluation of websites, games, kiosk systems, and others. Topics include the use of standard interaction (e.g. mouse, touchscreens) but also extend into emerging interaction through eye tracking, computer vision, and haptic interface. Effective interactive design is often achieved by the creative application of sometimes disparate disciplines. Students should expect to incorporate their understanding of art theory, psychology, commercial business practice and creative problem solving.

Prerequisite: IMS 222, IMS 257, IMS 261; or a working knowledge of HTML/CSS/JavaScript; or by permission of instructor.

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